SIERRA LEONE DECLARED EBOLA-FREE BUT EFFORTS TO PROTECT VULNERABLE CHILDREN MUST BE STEPPED UP
Sierra Leone children’s representative to the UNGA summit, Mariam Samai, has returned home to with a success story tell
The campaign train for sustainable free healthcare for under-five children, lactating mothers and pregnant women in Sierra Leone is heading for a successful destination!
"Ebola has created a real sense of fear in this city (Freetown) and across the country. What used to be Saturday nights out with friends is now Saturdays indoors catching up with loved ones"
IT’S BEEN SEVEN MONTHS SINCE THE GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE CONFIRMED THE OUTBREAK OF THE EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE (EVD) AND THE SITUATION HERE HAS BEEN DETERIORATING DAY BY DAY
Save the Children in Sierra Leone
receives award as the Best Child
Protection Organization in 2014!
Urban Learning Report Save the Children Sierra Leone Children in Urban Areas during the Ebola Crisis